Campbell Hoops splits with Powell

The Campbell eighth-grade basketball team trailed visiting Powell County 6-5 midway through the first quarter Monday night.

The Cardinals finished the half on a 20-1 run to take control and cruise to a 52-11 victory.

Cameron Anderson, left photo, had a game-high 15 points in the win. Eight of those came during the dominant second quarter for the Cards.

Trinity Gay, above photo, had 14 points. Chloe Treece also finished in double figures with 11 points.

Marly Rogers and Tyra Flowers each had four points in the win, while Nicole Davis and Amber Miller each scored two points apiece.

Things didn’t go as well for the Cardinals in the two earlier games Monday.

Powell won the seventh-grade game, 35-11.

Madelyn Settles, Aliyah Hudson and Alessandra English each scored three points apiece to lead the Cardinals in the losing effort. Jackie Smith added two points.

In the sixth-grade game, the Pirates won 21-14, sparked by an 8-2 run in the second quarter.

Hudson had a team-high six points and Angelina Pelayo put in four points.

Makili Tabor and Lia South each scored two points apiece.

Next up for Campbell is a home game against Bourbon County on Thursday. The team will honor its eighth-graders prior to their game. The sixth-grade game is set to tip off at 5:30 p.m.